Lazy Acres Campground
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 15 Amps
Additional Pet Information:
This is a beautiful, shady campground about a mile and a half from I-95. You have to drive almost half a mile down a dirt road to get into the campground, but the road isn't bad. The sites are nice and roomy. We stayed one night in site 7, a long, level pull-through site. We would definitely stay here again.
Lazy Acres Campground Review
I read the reviews before pulling in about the sand and car racing noise and thought it sounded OK ... Not one of my better thoughts. Sand is everywhere and so are the ANTS!!! A list of restrictions, rules and regulations made the pool area feel as though I was under surveillance. The noise from the nearby stock car raceway was full-on until 10:30 pm. Checking in was a nightmare. Bob (the owner) was very nice. I spoke with him about site 23 and he said, "sure, we can get you that" until Debbie (wife/co-owner) walked in. I was grilled about the size of the dog, how many computers I have, how the pool closes at 8 and how I was NOT getting site 23, but "I had her in site 7". She never looked at me the entire time. Rude does not sum this person up but it's a good descriptive word. Why be in a service oriented field and have no people skills? BUT the sites were clean and hook up was easy. Bob escorted us to the site. The bathrooms were separate rooms with shower, sink, and toilet in each lockable room. Very clean. Pretty hanging plants that Bob kept watered. $2 off as a Good Sam participant. Thank goodness my dog didn't bark ... I didn't want to tell Deb what I thought about her rudeness and offer to help her with the wedged stick.
First and foremost, the park itself is very pretty, nice large shaded sites. However- majorly infested with millions of ants, on the sandy roads and sandy lots. They need some serious pest control. Pool isn't very family friendly, it's extremely deep, and not marked correctly (also infested with tons of red ants) the rules out into place here are slightly absurd. Don't you dare cough or sneeze here, you will get kicked out for noise. They proudly display and honor their breed restriction on pets, they should instead have an attitude restriction. There is a rule against dog barking, no barking allowed- not excessive, just NO barking at ALL. There is also rules against what your allowed to wash in the laundry area. So if you have laundry to do here, make sure you read the signs plastered allllll over the place, heaven forbid you need to wash a blanket.
You know that beautiful 3rd child/grandchild you adore so much? Well they don't like them, they will charge you extra for a 1/2 size person.
There is no public display of alcoholic beverages, so be sure to save that old Burger King cup if you want to wine and dine yourself outside.
Also, I'd suggest keeping kids away from the 4 swings they call a playground, unless you want them to get bit 9million times by those loving ants they keep around here.
We love this place
We stop here each year on our way to MB. The staff is great and the place is kept clean. Very close to I95, at Exit 44
Hidden Gem...and Back Again
We discovered this place last summer and make it our place to stay when in Fayetteville. So here we found ourselves again when my husband had to come to the area for 2 weeks for his work. We were not able to get site #23 (maybe because I gave away the secret), but we ended up with another site that we actually liked equally, if not better (but I'll keep that site # to myself this time... Lol). I was pleased to find that they had updated their laundry facility, and must say that the washers and dryers do large loads at $1.50 each. The dryers are excellent. And of course, the staff are very helpful and friendly! This stay was even better than before. And they were at full capacity the day we left.
We called Lazy Acres home for 2 weeks. We found it to be peaceful and quiet, and contrary to some other reviews really didn't notice the racetrack noise at all. The regional airport is nearby and we sometimes heard the small planes but it was no bother. The staff were very polite and helpful. The sand was a minor issue. We kept a second hose by the front door. The laundry facilities could use some updating. However, the worst problem was the ants! The staff spray a commercial grade spray frequently, but the ants were just everywhere outside, even on the lawn chairs by the pool. Now for the secret that I hesitate to give away: site # 23 was the best site in the campground and it was our site. It was very spacious, huge concrete patio, nice firepit, nicely landscaped and somewhat private, on the end, and had enough parking for 2 vehicles. Security was also good in this campsite, not that they needed it. We camped here in a 40' 5th wheel and would definitely stay at Lazy Acres again:)
A great place
We stop here every year on our way to MB. Staff is great and the campground is well maintained. It is noisy on Friday and Saturday night due to the racetrack, but it's not that bad.
Just put an age restriction on!
Just called to make a reservation, was told it would be 2$ per kid per night. If you don't want kids to be there, do us all a favor and restrict the age. My kids are not perfect, but they are also not heathens.
Very nice, but...
Very beautiful and well kept. A great place for a break from the road. The only thing that kept my rating down was the noise from a local race track on Friday and a lot on Saturday night. Very loud! The staff was great and I would return. Just not on a Saturday.
OK, But Sandy Not Level Spots
My major complaint with any RV campground that is in the sand is that it gets tracked everywhere, especially into the RV. This is no exception. No matter how much we tried, we got sand everywhere. While there were some cement track for many spots, even they were nowhere level. It took us a while to level our TT. Bathroom / shower was clean, but old.